NHNE Winter 2014 Fundraising Video (Final Numbers)

NHNE Winter 2014 Fundraising Video (Final Numbers)

Jan 17

Twice a year, NewHeavenNewEarth (NHNE) conducts fundraisers to support our work. This year, in addition to raising money to support our many online projects, we are raising money to support the new Mustard Seed Venture – NewHeavenNewEarth Community Center in Sedona, Arizona. This short video describes our innovative work and offers those of you who are interested a chance to lend a hand…

Fox & Friends: To Heaven & Back

Fox & Friends: To Heaven & Back

Jun 28

This week, Fox and Friends reported on five people who say that they went to heaven during a near-death experience…

Notes from Sedona’s 06/04/13 NDE Class

Notes from Sedona’s 06/04/13 NDE Class

Jun 05

This update includes information about the 2013 IANDS and ACISTE conferences, a new book by J. Steve Miller called “Near-Death Experiences as Evidence for the Existence of God and Heaven: A Brief Introduction in Plain Language,” a quick list of NHNE’s diverse and growing NDE resources, a video of Reverend Peter Panagore sharing his near-death experience, and, finally, tons of information about NDEr Jeff C. Olsen and his new book, “I Knew Their Hearts”…

New Book: ‘ The Essence of Religions’

New Book: ‘ The Essence of Religions’

Apr 11

The author of The Essence of Religions, Christophor Coppes, compares near-death experiences to the five major world religions. Coppes gives a compelling argument that many characteristics of these religions’ view of the afterlife are analogous to the life-changing visions reported by those who have undergone an NDE. But he concludes that although the essence of these beliefs of the major religions can be found in NDEs, not all of the positive elements of an NDE experience can necessarily be found in the religions. The Essence of Religions examines the major world religions with an eye to their positive aspects as well as their contradictions and fixations…

Publishing World Cashes In On Near-Death Experiences

Publishing World Cashes In On Near-Death Experiences

Jan 15

Folks have been going to heaven with amazing regularity lately. They look around — one even sat on Jesus’ lap — then come back to report on the trip. It’s a lucrative journey. Three of these tales have ascended to heavenly heights on USA TODAY’s Best-Selling Books list recently, and more are on the way…

11/13/12 Sedona NDE Class Notes

11/13/12 Sedona NDE Class Notes

Nov 16

Notes from Sedona’s November 13th, 2012 NDE Class. This update includes information by or about NHNE’s new YouTube Channel, including several NDE play lists and two huge video archives of first-person NDE accounts, David Sunfellow’s “How Near-Death Experiences Are Changing The World” YouTube presentation, Becki Hawkins, Barbara Whitfield, Andy Petro, and a Vietnam War veteran who describes how his NDE left him unable to shoot anyone anymore…

Quick List of Prominent Near-Death Experiencers (Updated)

Quick List of Prominent Near-Death Experiencers (Updated)

Nov 06

A quick list of prominent near-death experiencers, including links to their websites, Facebook & Google+ pages, Twitter feeds, and related resources…

10/23/12 Sedona NDE Class Notes

10/23/12 Sedona NDE Class Notes

Oct 24

David Sunfellow writes: “For the last couple of months, we’ve been studying The Light & The Light Review (pdf). Tonight we dove into the final part of this paper, “6. Life Reviews from God’s Perspective”. The ideas presented in the final chapter of this paper are enormously important. Understanding them is critical not only living healthy, happy lives, but also to learning how to love ourselves more deeply and, by extension, others…

Lilou Mace Interviews Raymond Moody

Lilou Mace Interviews Raymond Moody

Sep 23

LiLou Mace interviews NDE researcher, Raymond Moody. Moody (born June 30, 1944) is a psychologist and medical doctor. He is most famous as an author of books about life after death and near-death experiences (NDE), a term that he coined in 1975…

NHNE’s NDE Classes In Sedona

NHNE’s NDE Classes In Sedona

Aug 20

The NHNE NDE classes that are presently taking place in Sedona grew out of two presentations that David Sunfellow gave in January and March of 2012. Entitled “How Near-Death Experiences Are Changing The World,” these presentations were later reworked into a two-part YouTube video which is now available online. The purpose of this presentation was twofold: First, to provide a comprehensive overview of the history and growing global importance of near-death experiences; and second, to come to a deeper understanding of the core truths presented by NDEs and wrestle these understandings into daily practices that could transform the lives of those who practiced them. That’s what is happening now in Sedona…

Recent Near-Death Experience Stories

Recent Near-Death Experience Stories

Aug 01

The posts includes 11 people describing their near-death experiences…

The International Conference On After Death Communication

The International Conference On After Death Communication

Feb 16

Listen, learn and heal with the top speakers, authors and mediums in the field of after death communication (ADC). Join a sanctuary of like-minded people, where you can hear the stories of others and share your own. A place where you will learn about the latest research into after death communication (ADC), the continuation of consciousness after death, near death experiences (NDE) and other phenomena supporting the soul and life after life…

Near-Death Experiences: 30 Years of Research

Near-Death Experiences: 30 Years of Research

Sep 28

Stephanie Lam of The Epoch Times reports on 30 years of near-death research. Her article includes information shared at this year’s IANDS conference in Durham, N.C…

Misc. NDE Videos

Misc. NDE Videos

Jul 20

NDE videos that are no longer available on YouTube…

The Search For A No-Frills Jesus

The Search For A No-Frills Jesus

Nov 26

The teachings of Jesus in Q hold the key to an understanding of Jesus that is fundamentally non-Christian. According to these scholars, the authors of Q did not view Jesus as “the Christ” (that is, as “the anointed one,” the promised Messiah), or as the redeemer who had atoned for their sins by his crucifixion, or as the son of God who rose from the dead. Instead, they say, Q’s authors esteemed Jesus as simply a roving sage who preached a life of possessionless wandering and full acceptance of one’s fellow human beings, no matter how disreputable or marginal. In that respect, they say, he was a Jesus for the America of the third millennium, a Jesus with little supernatural baggage but much respect for cultural diversity…